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Activities of Israeli Communist Party and Israeli-Soviet relations.

Activities of Israeli Communist Party and Israeli-Soviet relations.

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Published by CCM Information Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miflagah ha-ḳomunisṭit ha-Yiśreʾelit.

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    SeriesJPRS (Series) -- 32362, Transdex -- 881
    The Physical Object
    Paginationa,100 p.
    Number of Pages100
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    Open LibraryOL22393229M

    The Soviet-Israeli War, The USSR's Military Intervention in the Egyptian-Israeli Conflict Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez. A history of how the Russians, ever since the Six Day War, were involved in planning, instigating and supporting further Arab military action against Israel. Israeli-Soviet Relations Graetz, Michael Changes In The Jewish Consciousness Of French Jewry From The 's To The 's. Greitzer, Dina Ben-Gurion,„ Mapai and Attitude towards the Arab Minority in Israel, Grinz, Yehoshua Meir The Book Of Judith And The Date Of Its Composition.

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    Febru the USSR severed diplomatic relations with Israel (Yosef Govrin, Israeli-Soviet Relations , pp. ). End of February, rumors went around Moscow that the Jews were to be deported to Siberia (Radzinsky, p. ), with March 5 rumoured to be the date when this would happen (p. }. relations helps deepen and expand detente. The link between the equitable and mutually advantageous co-operation of all States and the problems of promoting the security of peoples, curbing the arms race and achieving disarmament is fully taken into account in the foreign-policy activities of our State.'6 I1.


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To the strategic factor one must add the Israeli Gen elections. The Israeli communist Party won % of the vote 22% of which came from Arab voters. This defeat showed its effect in foreign policy in Israeli Prime Minister Ben Gourion clearly stated Israel's alignment with the United States and the Western bloc ().

This was. "The Soviet-Israeli War " By I. Ginor & G. Remez (July. At the time of this review, there was no "Look Inside" feature, so its "Table of Contents" is: Foreword PART ONE: "WE WILL NOT LEAVE EGYPT IN THE LURCH" 1.

Rescuing and Rearming the USSR's Allies in June 2. Holding the Line on the Suez Canal by: 2. What is at issue is not so much a clearly conceived notion of Israeli-Soviet relations but a state of mind, official and unofficial.

To the extent that it finds coherent expression, the reasoning behind this state of mind goes as follows: Israel is a very small country and the Soviet Union is one of the two greatest powers in the world.

The main focus of this book is Jewish life under the Soviet regime. The themes of the book include: the attitude of the government to Jews, the fate of the Jewish religion and life in Post-World War II Russia. The volume also contains an assessment of the prospects for future emigration.5/5(1).

The book will certainly serve as instructive for Middle East researchers, teachers, students, and all interested in this subject.’ — Yosef Govrin, former ambassador and Deputy Director-General for Eastern Europe, Israel Foreign Ministry, author of Israeli-Soviet Relations, – From Confrontation to Disruption.

Israel–Russia relations refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Israel and Russia. Russia has an embassy in Tel Aviv and a consulate in Haifa. Israel has an embassy in Moscow and a consulate-general (to open) in Yekaterinburg.

Russia is a member of the Quartet on the Middle many years, Israel was a sanctuary for many Russian Jews. Jewish Political Studies Review (Fall ) This essay outlines the main factors characterizing the anti-Semitic movements and manifestations in the former Soviet Union (FSU) republics and Eastern European countries in the post-communist era, following the democratization and liberalization process taking place in these areas since the early s.

After World War II, the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee (JAC) grew increasingly influential to the post-Holocaust Soviet Jewry, and was accepted as its representative in the its activities sometimes contradicted official Soviet policies (see The Black Book of Soviet Jewry as an example), it became a nuisance to Soviet authorities.

The Central Auditing Commission of the Communist Party of. The Soviet Union and other Eastern bloc countries had broken off diplomatic relations with Israel in Juneas a result of the Six Day War.

The Soviet Union had voted to create a Jewish state by endorsing the partition plan, and was one of the first countries to recognize Israel in May Israeli-Soviet relations enjoyed a brief honeymoon when the state of Israel was established in November At that time the Soviet Union voted in the U.N.

for the creation of an independent Jewish state and its representative to the U.N., Andrei Gromyko, spoke eloquently about the Jewish right to have a. As Julius Kosharovsky, a Russian-born Israeli historian, said in his book on the Zionist movement in the USSR, bilateral relations deteriorated soon after Golda Meir, Israel’s envoy to Russia Author: Oleg Yegorov.

The book will certainly serve as instructive for Middle East researchers, teachers, students, and all interested in this subject."— Yosef Govrin, former ambassador and Deputy Director-General for Eastern Europe, Israel Foreign Ministry, author of Israeli-Soviet Relations, From Confrontation to DisruptionBrand: Oxford University Press.

Documents on Israeli-Soviet Relations by David Levy,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Mapam daily paper published a series of articles criticizing—rather apologetically—the new Communist program and charged Maki with misinterpreting Communism in the light of Israeli necessities, because it rejected the idea of a “territorial concentration” of the Jewish people, This terminus technicus has been used by Mapam more and.

Bronfman-in Israeli projects. These include purchase of 26% of the Israeli Chemical Company, one of the larger Israeli-state-owned firms, which Sharon sought unsuccess­ fully to unload on Hammer. Thesesource st te that, in exchange for exclusive oil­ drilling rights in Israel, Hammer has agreed to act as a back­ channel to Moscow for Sharon.

Buy Documents on Israeli-Soviet Relations Part I: May Part II: May Pt. 1 (Cummings Centre) 1 by Russian Academy of Sciences Russia, The Cummings Center for Russian Studies, The Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation, The Israel Foreign Ministry, The Oriental Institute, The Russian Federal Archives, University of Tel Aviv Israel (ISBN: Format: Hardcover.

December 2, (Friday). British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Rhodesian Prime minister Ian Smith met for negotiations on board the British warship HMS Tiger in the Mediterranean.

After Smith's return, the Rhodesian government rejected the "Tiger Pact" proposed by the British, who had set a deadline of noon on December 5 for an answer. Jewish Political Studies Review (Fall ) Anti-Semitic Trends In Post-Communist Eastern European States - An Overview* Yosef Govrin This essay outlines the main factors characterizing the anti-Semitic movements and manifestations in the former Soviet Union (FSU) republics and Eastern European countries in the post-communist era, following the democratization and liberalization.

The Arab-Israeli conflict cannot be properly understood without considering the larger context of the Cold War. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Israel's relationships with the United States and the Soviet Union from toshowing how the fledgling state had to manoeuvre between the two superpowers in order to survive.

Documents on Israeli-Soviet Relations is a vital addition to library collections in the humanities and social sciences and essential reading for serious scholars and students of the period. Illustrations, glossary, abstracts, biographical notes, index. Part I May pp. 10 b/w illus Part II May pp. 10 b/w illus.

The unconditionally pro-Israeli position of the Soviet Union in was therefore part of a general opportunist line and undoubtedly revealed an underestimation of the ties between the Zionist leaders and the United States.

It was followed blindly by the local Communist Parties, which discredited the Arab Communists among the masses.Israel has gained immensely from the brain gain of one million immigrants from the former Soviet Union during the years According to a study by Sarit Cohen of Bar-Ilan University and Chang-Tai Hsieh from Princeton University, 60 percent of the Russian-speaking immigrants who arrived in Israel between and were college educated, twice the proportion of college-educated Israelis.ISRAELI-SOVIET RELATIONS From Confrontation to Disruption.

YOSEF GOVIN (FRANK CASS, LONDON, ; translated from the Hebrew edition of ) {p. x} Abbreviations. CPSU Communist Party of the Soviet Union ECOSOC Economic and Social Council of the United Nations GA General Assembly of the United Nations.